Today the House of Commons convened for the first time since the General Election. The first few days of a new parliament are dominated by administrative and procedural matters, such as electing a new Speaker of the House of Commons.
After a hard-fought General Election campaign, called to break the Brexit gridlock in the House of Commons, Great Yarmouth's Conservative candidate Brandon Lewis has emerged victorious after securing election for the fourth time.
Many residents in Caister-on-Sea are fed up with Anglian Water's complete and utter failure to deal with the stench from Caister Sewage plant. The pong is a problem that continues to reappear despite past reassurances from the water company that it wouldn’t happen again.
In the early hours of this morning, we saw extraordinary scenes in the House of Commons. Labour and SNP MPs played silly childish games presenting Parliament as nothing better than a pantomime. It was a shameful display.
From the moment Boris Johnson was elected Prime Minister he made it clear the country would leave the European Union on 31st October, whatever the circumstances. No ifs, no buts. We must respect the referendum result.